Thin Mint Smoothie Recipe

If you’re a chocolate lover, here’s a quick, delicious, and healthy way to use chocolate or pure unflavored bone broth powder from Organixx.

Considered to be one of the most ancient and remarkable nutritional substances on the planet, bone broth is a beneficial “elixir” made from simmered animal bones. Not only does bone broth taste great and provide numerous nutrients and beneficial compounds, but it’s versatile and easy to use in many recipes. (Don’t worry, it doesn’t taste like bones!)

Thin Mint Smoothie Recipe
Thin Mint Smoothie Recipe
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  1. Place all ingredients in blender and purée until smooth, adding water and ice to blend as necessary.
  2. Pour into a tall glass and garnish with mint leaves or sprinkle of shredded high quality dark chocolate (optional)

For more recipe ideas using healing bone broth, download this complimentary bone broth e-book from Organixx.

For the easy way to get all the nutritional benefits of bone broth, check out Bone Broth Protein Powder from Organixx here

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  1. According to our nutritionist, no sugar, cocoa, chocolate in any form, honey, essential oils or coconut products are allowed in cancer treatment. I am surprised you would tout a recipe like this when sugar, chocolate, oils and coconut all feed cancer cells. As far as Bone Broth goes, I have yet to find any that tastes good.

    • I am surprised at the coconut and essential oils. I am perplexed about the coconut, but definitely disagree about the oils. Oils actually fight off tumors and help the immune! Please explain to me the reasoning of the coconut. I understand sugar, and honey and possibly chocolate? Please explain.

    • I have read that oils, coconut and cacao (or dark chocolate) are actually good for cancer patients. Maybe your nutritionist isn’t up to speed…

  2. Love the Bone Broth benefits but the sodium kevels are way too high at least in liquid form for HBP patients so had to cut way down when I realized! Any advice appreciated!

  3. Okay, this looks truly awesome–thank you for this recipe! And it’s great to see Epigenetic Labs’ growing line of products. I have a question that may seem a bit ridiculous. Why? Well, I don’t exactly trust the source from where I first saw this (I know, beware of many Internet sources), and knowing of those of you involved in the creation of Epigenetic Labs, I trust your judgement a LOT more. About bone broth…what I read about was the possible danger of bone broth and those with epilepsy, that it could possibly trigger seizures. However, this doesn’t seem to exactly make sense. I would appreciate any input you have on this. Thanks!

  4. I SURE would like to know how to effectively use the Frankincense , Myrrh, and Termaric essential oil I purchased.

    • I take internally by putting in empty capsules you can purchase at health food store. Frankincense is great for wrinkles too!

    • Hi,
      You can place a drop or two on the bottom’s of your feet & rub in. The body will absorb quickly. You can also rub a drop directly onto points of your body that hurt or have inflammation. I had shoulder surgery and rubbed it around the incisions rather than directly on them.

      • Nicolette:

        Thanks for the tip. I have swelling in my legs and feet and tried your suggestion by putting oil directly on my legs and feet. I look forward to positive results with continued use.

  5. Please please tell me how I can take your natural bone broth. It tastes awful so I’m obviously doing something wrong. Had breast cancer year and half ago. Caught C Difficile in hospital and had for ten months. I need bone broth to build me up. Purchase two jars natural from you. How can I best take it? Many thanks. Souzann

  6. Sounds and looks very yummy. Thanks for sharing. And I, too, love banana and consider that a great addition—adding even more flavor and nutrients. Great video, Ty. 🙂

  7. Blessings, our recipe is 8-10oz whole milk/person in blender, cocoa powder 4tble sp/person, 4-6 ice cubes/person, vanilla 1/4 tsp/person, one scoop bone broth/person Higher the speed it will make a great shake. Adjust to your own taste.

  8. Thank you for above recipe. I have run into a problem with broth.
    In order to mix in a cold smoothie I have to mix and stir the powder in hot water. Otherwise the powder when mixed with cold ingredients becomes like thick gelatin and will not mix well with other ingredients and causes blender blades to be covered with gelatin consistency from powder. Any suggestions? I ordered three containers and would like to use them .

  9. Thanks so much! And …;) please replace the plastic straw w a steel one to encourage people to move away from sources of unwanted synthetic estrogens (cancer causing) to reusable steel straws (they are not that expensive and will last a lifetime. (Bought some in Vanouver Canada and in Sanfransisco, sure they must b available on Amazon if not your local store

    • Ashley, I share your addiction to teeny lektsre…thicters, I don't have too bad…but I do love those tiny letters! Great storage tip for them too! I love your organized chaos too! That's totally how I roll! As for the Crystal light containers…we don't have those here in Canada…just the little packets…well, not anywhere in Williams Lake anyway, but it's a great idea! Love your space!

  10. Thank you!! This is awesome, keep the recipes coming!! Do you use canned coconut milk or do you make your own? If canned, what brand do you recommend??

  11. This not directly related to recipie but I’m a great fan of the bone broth formulas. I cannot have dairy/whey and am thrilled to be able to use this product. The chocolate is awesome. Thank you.

  12. I am enjoying the chocolate bone broth. I make a shake in the morning and a smoothie when i get in from work. I began mixing with fruits, and love the banana suggestion. Will add that twice daily as well.

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